Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage. It covers approximately 12,000 acres. A popular crappie fishing destination.
Known nationwide for its ability to produce trophy smallmouth. The world record from this water, caught in 1955 (11-pounds, 15-ounces) still stands. Largemouth are common and Walleye numbers and quali...
Quality spotted, largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. Possibly the best Walleye lake in the state. Check out the white bass, Bluegill and catfish. 18,220 acres
Cumberland River from Celina to Hartsville